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QAnywhere allows you to define message properties using the C++, Java, or .NET APIs. Custom message properties allow you to create name-value pairs that you associate with an object. For example:
msg.SetStringProperty("Product", "widget"); msg.SetFloatProperty("Price",1.00); msg.SetIntProperty("Quantity",10);
Message property names are case insensitive. You can use a sequence of letters, digits and underscores, but the first character must be a letter. The following names are reserved and may not be used as message property names: